Free Press Journal
  • NEUFC to clash with Blasters

    Guwahati :  NorthEast United FC are ready to face Kerala Blasters, the team who they played in their ISL opener and lost 1-3, and would ideally want to have their revenge on Sunday.

  • Syria’s Assad: Paris attacks result of French policy

    Damascus : Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said that French policy had contributed to the “spread of terrorism” that culminated in gun and bomb attacks which killed 128 people in Paris.

  • ISL: Gadze saves Delhi the blushes

    New Delhi :  Delhi Dynamos played out their third draw on the trot at home as their ISL match against tletico de Kolkata ended in a 1-1 stalemate on Saturday.

  • Modi unveils Ambedkar memorial in London

    London : Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a memorial here dedicated to Dr B R Ambedkar over two months after India acquired the bungalow where the Dalit icon and architect of India’s Constitution lived as a student in the 1920s.

  • Rifts claim lady’s life, hubby critical

    Indore :A squabble between a man and his wife escalated into a full-scale brawl and resulted in the death of woman and serious injuries to her husband. The man was arrested and sent to the hospital for treatment while wife’s body was sent for an autopsy.

  • German team forced to spend night in stadium

    Paris :  Germany’s football team spent the night at the Stade de France in north Paris after a friendly match against France rather than take the risk of driving through the French capital to their hotel following the attacks that left more than 120 people dead.

  • Diyas glitter at Krishnapura Ghat

    Indore: The Ghat of Krishnapura Chhatris glittered on Saturday when ‘Deep Dan’ was organized by Abhyas Mandal.

  • Syria talks begin in Vienna as Paris suffers

    Vienna : Syria as a breeding ground for terrorism moved to the foreground of a meeting of foreign ministers on the war in that country, with participants linking the devastating shooting and bombing attacks in Paris to the Mideast turmoil and the opportunities it gives for terror.

  • Cyclones Chapala and Megh killed 26 in Yemen: UN

    Sanaa : Two rare cyclones a week apart have killed 26 people and affected thousands of families in the southeast of war-torn Yemen, the United Nations said in a statement.

  • Pak planes pound militant hideouts, over 20 killed

    Islamabad : At least 22 militants were killed and several injured when the Pakistani army launched air strikes in the country’s northwest tribal area of Shawal, local media reported on Saturday.

  • Tibetan nuns,monks in anti-espionage ops close to India border

    Beijing : China is training Buddhist monks and nuns in Tibet to carry out anti-espionage operations along the remote Sino-Indian border to prevent attempts to create “conflict” by “ethnic separatists”, in a veiled reference to the Dalai Lama and his supporters.

  • IAAF suspends Russia for doping in athletics

    Paris :  Athletics giant Russia has been provisionally suspended from track and field over accusations of “state-sponsored” doping as the IAAF scrambled to salvage the sport’s credibility just nine months out from the Rio Olympics.